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JOL. VIII, NO. 31 NEW SERIES;-
COLUMBUS; OHIO, TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 1C; i861.
1 ! SIX SOIL ASS FEB YIAB,
: ! i ; Iarariablj la Adrance. j
.
DAILY, TBI WEEKLY JL2TD WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH! X8 'AHP rBOFlIIIOJi,
O 0SLm So. S8, U ant 40, Vorth High It
TERMS INVABIABLT III ADVANCE. " ' " '
Daily . 6 00 per fear.
By the Carrier, per week, U)i
Mill. - ,
0 nu,
10 .-.i
fri-WeeHy
Weekly,
.- '. . ,.i 1 00
emu of Advertising- Hp- the Square.
neequare I yeai...B,20 00
On, " V month 18 00
3n " 0 months JS 00
3n " 3 months 10 00
3ne I! month, 8 00
Oat " 1 mouth. 9 00
On (quart 3 Weeks.. (4 09
On " StwU., 3 00
Ont ltuk... 1 M
On " 3 days... 1 00
On , ' 8 day" "
On " 1 Insertion SO
Displayed advartlttuaota half mor than Mm ibm
rates.
Adveittaementa leaden and placed la th solemn ol
8pwlalNotloee,"aVmWM ordinary rata.
All notice, required to be published by law, legal rates.
If ordered on tb Iniide exoluelvaly after th Drat week
ler cent, mora than th aboT rat; bat all uoh f 11
appear In th Trl-Weekly without charge. .
Buelneaa Cards, not sxoeedlng flTallnca, par year, Ittf
alia, as s per line; outside 2. ' '
Notlcea or meeting!, chart tabu Mictlea, are aonrpanl,
Sec, half prlee.
All trantirnt odaarHaniaaA m be paid for t
nlmwc tie rule will not 'm varied Im,
Weekly, earn price a the Dally, whr th adrarUaar
ae, the Weekly alone. When Dally and Weekly
an both oaed, than th charge lr th Weekly will b
na'f the rate o( Uv Daily .
No adrertiaemeat Ukea except for a deflnlU period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
. P. A. B. . 8IMXIS8, , ; ;
Attorntoy at "Xtxxxr
" . AND NOTARY PUBLIC. r i ;
OBoa Amboi Building, oppoalte Capitol Iqnar.
' ' 00LTJMBU8, OH10J
jx.. oshohnei,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
.MARION, OHIO.
OOX-TJIVIDTJO
Machine Mannfactnring Company
MAMUFAOTOUU Of
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS.
. OMtlnff, XlU-rtaxlfig, KMblBtry. -' ;
Worls,
OF ITIIT DISOIUTIOM. .. ,. , ;
COIiTJlMBCrfl, OHIO, J
0BA8. AMBOS. Bnp't. - t. AVB08. XrMaV
deoll. lb.
1861.
Summer Arrangements, —Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Oonneotlnf atOreatlln. with th FITTBBUBQH, IT.
WATNI tt 0BI0A00 KAILBOAD
Ibr Pitttbwrgh, PKUadtlpMa and BaMmor. Alto
or Fart Wayn and Chicago
Connecting at Cleveland with th LAK1 BH0&1 KAIL
BOAD For Dunkirk', Buffalo, Albany, Bos
ton, and New York
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
;; EXCEPT BUND At," "'.
From Ootnmboa, la oons action with Train on the .'
LITTLE lniAini AND COLTJfflBCT
ANDXN1ABAILB0AU8.
: 1IK8T CHAIN. - .
NIGHT IIPRBB8. taarea Columbaa atS.iO A',M j
will lear paaaenger at all (tatlon aonth of Gallon,
atop at Delaware, Aahley, Oardlngioa and Ollead, and
at allitatlon north of Gallon, arriving at Glare land
at 9:00 A. M., Dunkirk 3:00 P. M.. Buffalo 4:2SP. M.
Albany I.W A. M., New York 6:33 A. M, Bolton S:30
P. at., Pltttborgh vU Oreatlloe 1:20 P. M , Philadel
phia S:10 A. M. Chicago via Ortallln at f. M.
: BBOOND TRAIN. . , v.,v Ai
NIW YORK IXPRBS8 Lcavw Oarambn it 11:10
a. n. Will atop atLewla Oestra, (for Whit lalpkur
Springe), Dataware, Oardlngtoo, ealloa, OreatUoa, Shel
by, Naw London. W.lllngtea and Oreftoa, arrlr at
01Tland at &3S p. m. Dunkirk, 8:(0 p. a. I Buf
falo, 10'JiS p.. H Albany, B:ia. m. NawToik, 1:4S
p. a. i Boaton, 4:40 p. aav - Thl Trarn mmawt at Shel
by for Bandoiky, and at CMaftoa for Toledo, arriving at
Toledo at 9:U p. b. i -; . . .. . - . -
" WttaP TBAIH. ' 'ry :
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leave Oolumboa
at 8.30 p. a. Will atop at all alatlona Booth af
Bhalby, and at Naw London, WtHlsetoa, Arafton,
and Berea; arriving at Cleveland at SM p. a.t Iraa
kirk, 8:00 a. a.; Buffalo, 3:80a. .)Albay,:8ep.a.
Naw York, 7 SO p. an.; Boaton, 11:45 p. m. PltUbMrgh,
WaOraatlln.kt 11:5J p. ra Philadelphia, LM p. a.,
Chicago, iaOrcetllM,0!4ta.a. Thl Train eonaaot
at Shelby for Baaduaky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
at8:p.m. N ... t..ljir ,
Patent Sleeping Citi are ran on all
Uigut Train to Cnicago, New
j t
: York anajBoiton.
'A V if If
Banagt Chtektt Through Mm York ant Boitm
a OmlaiuL alto, n PkUadtlpMa and
. i -. .Jim larkoia Or-tUn.
returning. , ::r:i'
Night Izprce arrive at Oolumboa at. ..11:13 P. II. '
CtnoinaiaU Kipreta arrivee at Oolnmba at 10:90 A. M.
AoeoaaodaUoa Jixprae arrivea at Oolatabo at 7:40
P..M. ,: - r ,. .;. . ...
Faro as Law a fcy anyotfcer Bonto,
Aik for Ttcb-Uti CtftlituorCUuUni: "
a. I -xt
. I. FLIRT.
Superintendent, Clevelaid, Ohio,
I -..v JAMES PATTBBJON, Agent,
.. -: ' n i . A i " -. t, j i twlaabo) Ohld.a
Columbus, June 17, 1B61. lt ,...U s.. ,: t n.
,'i . Xast Beoslradi .
HP. CH GREEN and BLACK
TIC AS lOO bags prune Bio Cone. . . j
100
ISO pocket old Dutch government Java Coffa.
lobagaueyloauooe,. . . . .
aOObbls. standard Whit Sugar, eonslatlng of Pow
- dreoChruhd,GrnulaK-d AanABOoIoe A
SO quintal George Bank Oodfith. ' '
SO bbls. Mean and No. 1 Maeterel.
5 tea. Pick Sslmon, n - -f . , T
lOOra.XaywWrlnl.w'j .rLLi-Cl-
60 hf, box do v do , ..
lOOor.boi-iial d Vt I'IZtii 02
10O M Clxars, different brands and grade. ....
nova? - a WM. MoDONALD.1
M. C. LIULEY
Ana T.iftviV.TftVtTafiTitavivlVt i
koeth feteH iratrr, coxuiatrtV cbio?
Red, White nd Bine
-tr.t ..--
JJa. . calicoes, - c.',avzi3
"lSSll-2?'.ca MA3KI joum
apr . Ho. M South High stret.
1 No. t, SOUTH BUB TfitlT.'"- :'
Have last rmrU a naw'aka f rSOOP 8KIBTI
nnlahdWaaMuuaelMariottoajyka)eaiid
DUiABlLlTT AND GRACEFULNESS J
ah 98,
.2 -J,
X
WORCESTER'S
RQYAL QUARTO DICJIQNABY
The LatettThe Larfes-tThe Beit,
The Cheapest Beoauie the Beit, t
Tbo most Rellaki" Standard An
tborltf ol the Enflleb Lanffnago.
Sim aundndEnintniEducaioriof Ohio,
THK
BEST BNGLISH piOnONAaY.IXTANT,''
Library Mm IporyvKtrt,
Raia are nnwardi 6f a Hnndrad Thonaand Word.
Whoa, mnltlfarioua meanlnra and derivation, torether
flth their eorreot apellrng, aad pronMlUn are olearly
at baton th. eye."
anotnnati OmmtroiaU ,
tad th DtcUtont of tho ifmbtrt of th Ohio BtaU
Ttachtr Attootatton.
Th underlined, member of th Ohio Stat Teaohera'
Aamlatlaa. mAnot aad aim to ma In taaeklnc. wrltlna
and (peaking, th orthography and pronnnolatioa of
Woroeeter'a Eoval Quarto Dlotlonary, and we moat oor
d tally reoeamend It a th. aot reliable itandard aa
tborlty of tb Ingllah language, aa It la now written and
MUD. - -
LoaiH Awdbiw, Prealdent Kaeyon College.
m . y, iaMrrf. aoponownoena aauee,iiM
rlnUndent taaevf. tohwle.
mnr, bi
ap't M Mellon Duioo Bchooi.
. f . Oowaaav, Sop't Publis School, Bandoak.
Jon LrncH, snp't mono eonooia, uirauviii.
S. N. BaiiroaD, Principal Cleveland Teaal Semina
ry.
Wk. MiTcamx, Sop't Public School, Mt. Union.
I Jobb Own, Principal Stat Normal School, Minne
sota. ' Ontrj Naeoit, Principal fourth InUrmedlal Bchooi,
Otneinnatl. J -
. H. B. ManTm, Snp't Canton Union School,
lawn BawakPrinelDal MeNeely Moraal Sonool.
lu T. ttttAU, Prof. Matheeaatlo, Ohio Unlvaralb.
Wm, W. JiimAan, Bnp't Troy Union Bchooi. ,. -A.
fl. BotKia. PrfeKlval Wat High Sohool, Clrra-
knd
, B. A. Hostoi, AaaocUU Principal High School, Cleve
land. : Tbioboii tmuta, Principal High Bchooi, CIvJ
ind. -M !''.' ..:f
i B. 1. HoMurrow, Principal Cleveland Initltut.
i J. A. aaariau, Prealdent of Blaetle Initltut, HI-
an. .r'",..:'-
W. L. TUaio), Prof, of Chemlalry, Ohio Waalayan
iTnrvwralty.
I H. B. Baaair, Ix Cenunljaloner of Oonuaon School,
Ohio.
i amb IfoiraoB, Prof. BheUrld, Oberltn Collage,
i Tnoe. Hill. Prealdent Antloeh Oollee.
' 0. W. H. Cathqaat, Prof. Ma thematic, High
School, Dayton. r v -j-
8. 0, Oaoaaacaa, Prof. Language, High Bchooi,
Dayton. . . . ,
I S. M. Baaaat, Bnp't Union School, Athland.
' Jforw Via Blm Btmdrti othtr PruUmt of C01U
041, Pro ft nor t. Author and BitUmouUhtd Bduoar
ort nav tnwrtta an. sow WMnm,
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
I M mmi Oollis "It ta tralv a macnlSeant work.
to Lonor to the author, th. publlahara, and the whole
aown try.' r reeioenl Aadrew. - -
' Oato WaurraaUimraaatTT naaxeademyantpaeta-
tlon. It will be ay gald la ortho lapta? and pronun
elation, and will often ba eonaulted by a. tor it aeat
and aocarate aeonltiona." freeMeat 3feampn.
, W. &. Ictmn Ooixaaa. "Hmtofoi. w. have
Webeter'e orthography. At a recent meeting ot. onr
faculty. It waa decided to change It to conform to that
f Worowtar'l Soyal Quarto DicUonary." Pmldent
aarfleld., .. . . , .
Waaraaa Banava Oouaaa.-"! Bod H worthy f
eordlal apprwhaUoa.' Preaat liHaaeoca,
I Omul OotLa.-uIt mere than ae.tt my eopaohv
loan -1 reeoanaad II a In aadara antnenrorin
orthoepy to Kj eoHdiee aad mj papla." Prealdent
Borgan. .-u-rj
Aarroca Ooucae!. ! edopt and aba to a la teach'
few. writki and loeakln. th orthocraohy and pronun.
elation of Woroaater'e Koyal Quarto Dictionary."-
Prealdent Hill, . . , .. , ,
' "In all my writing, eptaking, and ttaohlag, 1 tare en
deavored to ennfona to the rule for orthography and
pronunciation a contained In worceiier I Dlcuonary."
Horace Mann, lt PmMta. v . i t. .. c .
Enrol CotxaOT. Gir. "I meat cordially reoea
arad It aa the Boat reliable atandard authority of th
Bngllah langnagoM It. as now written an4 ipokcn."
rretldeat Andrew.
'school' ooMMissioNEiia of "pnib!'
from Bo. Anton Smyth, OunmUtiontr of Common
Behoolti Ohio,. ... ,
"The Dictionary I aa taperlahable monnrnent to th
learning and Indntlryof It author, and aa honor to th
world f latter. Th. maehanlcal zoatla Ufariup-
)rlor to that of any other Laxioot with which I am ac
quainted." - , i
from Bon, B. B, Bamoy. BOommUrtoner o)
Bonooit Vh. i -"Th
moat reliable standard, antharlty of tt lan
guage-' n-, ...,.- - - .. .
'. warM.
Ieadina: NewaTpapesra of Ohio Bay.
Jrom th CUvttand Braid of March 98.
The orthography of the Woraater Dictionary la that
ed by Boat, U not all, author f dlatliMHoa In till
eoantry and Bngland, and aonlorma to the general nag
of ordinary writer andapeaiera.
Whatever prejudloe may have ekliM piwvlonaly, a
careful study of thl volum anil hrvartabty b followed
by a wana appreciation at in great anta, ana aeeire
to add It to th. well eeleoted library, be It Urge or nnall,
Itaallbrary lnltaalf, and will taaala am fanyeraba
bl reordof the learning of It eeanpller. ,lV, ,.. .
i Jrom th Cfacteauut1 (bmmtroiai of April 90.
! Her. are nnward of a hnndred thonaand worde wood,
had and Indifferent wboee anltlfariou meanlnra and
derivation, teffatW with tbeir eorreot apalling aad pro-
B uncle I! on, are ttn oiwriy ooior. vat mjm, i wora
anqnaatioaably tb graaleat Xbenuras of Ingliah Words
ver pabllinert. ..
BromtUCUotUmd PkHnitaltr J5r. 80, IBM. -Ivldmtty
Woactrrwa Borah Qoaar. Daerfoaaar I
Jot only th tatif hut th aaar work of SA knd wv
aaiad, and can by a. poalbUlty nffr by eomrloa or
onntru miy, i . . .-i.'
I i,JiTr7w"jW f &trC v
I Aa at raowoaoiawaoa, Tmbt a taa BwAiraaia
fbllewad by oai beat aatnom in denaUloaa he aaare
apthteg tvk. 4e1at,Hl la OaTswemarert It a gaffidanl
toayuiM weaiaijatoaa ae eaitiy aaiwwea.. i u :-
Ta allaltora, Baokaollera & Stationers,
NO. 101 SUPIBIOR SIm CLITILANDOHIO.
ataiB
M-
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT '
LIEE-1NSURANCE COMPANYy
piVldB'ndiayn'aj
ASIITS....Ak.i;.u.AU......eiBS SO.
p SUtoBMatJeuetasr' 1 lSttl
Balance, per earmaVmi 7aa7 rVt,: ifeOT.'r...S,),58l 39
Baoelved for- Praaium dnr- I wvo-i: 1 -i
ling the ear iau...j-wSWKJ i
Beoeired tor Interest , dnring
iU.0l.lv
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iuw yow iwvu .......
'Total nealpls fct 186.-...ga77J(!t 7i t; :i
PaldOlalnubyLth,8Q7Jtt0O0 , . . (, .
Paid PoUole surren- - ' " 1 ' " x -r'-'1"
aered........... I,tn 7 'I in I'-av i'
Paid galartasi ' v--i '4 "-a.s i
. ,agu. SaaaSt-vBga ! nw ainid.' -.n -.1:o re o sa
!aIaavNaa.V, SMW S4 'JJM '' ' '
Paid OoaaUslbM t ' ''i, n.
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ni4hefcwvfvt'S,W a. nl fvu (, na.
Paid AnaaltMaui...k."'l.Sr?)0 ' ii"' h but M'4
Paid DMSeaawdar v -'ii .1 nl .fc.T'm a.
. lrBgwar-.'i.W6,9eTa 885,691 411,S7 14
I I . in.' :.. i iaw . .. i in i m i i in
Mat BaJano January lit. 1801 .....3,Slt,3 SS
!Li.i-' " 1.-: .-2 i-k-J. .'I ftl rl UvS
iBatat, worth aoabra the .cx'.t
aaaaat leaaied. 8,387,841
Prealaa Note, . f 0cia .t i" i;,!
- leent. Interest.. w.T7..r l.W fwi 17
1 1 utm Hi
Real Bat.....A.-....i.,a' msos r7 :' l
LoansesBerrp. .-. ay,i aj.-,,;!,, t.f,r j
rranuouia, no anu yja, u, , ,
couraeoi nransnuaioa..., ,343 75
Tota! Aasta.... .....Aii.u. S)g,81SaB N
T5T Policies la force, Inturiibg. , ... .99 A,420,s3 1
i:433 aewPondet av been lataaaaarlnr th vear.
After i careful calculation" of '(M preaant taltf of th
oatelasdlng Poilctea of th floapaiiy , and tuning the
woaw ia a reaevv. laaweieev .-uirewtoa
bavadeeUreda Uivisnea e( peraenw on w Praml
nna bald at th tabl rate, to all polloie for lite In forae.
kwaed prter to January 1, ltMO, payable aooetdiag to the
prenijniaat-ina uoapany.
, Bate for all kinds of Life Contingencies. Proapeot
, SkvaaaatV and Appaeationa, wUt a. snanuued
wiT,orjT caaaaa, at ttuj Oiftoa or AgaelM olh) Pqb-
T, '. .X .6,1 B0HT.H. TITTBaiDSjr, ft istltst'
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no- mmdb aioeB,
f. ,iwi rrrnaaraai 0.
WTCi-v wiada.' 1 mnet Hleot
Savoruuasl ia tb lty, bnd t piot pr'- ' ! rntn.
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TJfI,'Jl!lW. -Alt jrs
AT DKIf S STLh.li of
Ayer'sSarsaoarilla
A compound remedy, designea to be the most
effectual AUtrativ that can be made. It is
a concentrated extract 01 Fara Sueapariila,
so combined with oAer subatance of sti)l
greater alterative power u to afford an effec?
tive antidote tot tho diseases Sanaparilla i
reputed to cure. It is believed that such a
remedy is wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, ana that one wined win
accomplish tbeir curs must prove of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow
citizens. How completely this compound will
do U has been proven by experiment en many
of tbo worst cases to be found of the following
Complaints s . . . & 4 . . ''
1 Scrofula and Scuortioos Complaints,
EaotTioifs and Eruptivs Disuses, Uixtns,
Pimpxes, t Blotohis, Tumors, Salt Rrsvm,
SoalbUbad, Brraais and SYTHiAirio'Ar
mOtiohs, MbkotjbtalDiseasb, Dbopst, Nrtr-
Bitof a on Tio DotmooBBtnt, Debility, Dys
vspsiA and Indiobstion. Ehysifelas, Rous
ob Sr. Anthony's Finn, and indeed the whole
(loss of complaints arising Cmm Itrpuuitt or
TBS Blood. Mji
1 Tlila compound will tftround a great pro
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
eiroel the foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of the year. By thetlme.
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of the body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores 1 cleanse it when yoa iind it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
ft felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep tho
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. ' Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
Lie ia disordered or overthrown. - .
Sanaparilla ha, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing those ends. But
the world has been egregioualy deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations.
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else. 1
Dunna late years the public have been mis
led by kirgs bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, tor
., . . . 1 . . , . ct
tney not oniy contain uwe, u any, oarsapa.
Villa,' But Oftanao curative properties whateV'
cr. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
noino itself is justly despised, and lias become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such' ft remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy' Which- rests
upon it. And we think We novo ground for
believing it has virtues which oro irresistible
by the ordinary run of the discuses it is intend'
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
the bottle.
' TOEPABKO BY
DR. J. C. AVE It & CO.
1 LOWELL. MASS.
Price, 91 per Bottle 1 Six Dottle for $3.
Aver's Cherry Pectoral
has won' for itself such a renown for tlie cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, tlmt
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it his ever been lounu to do
i i '
i Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
. ,. . . f IOBTHJ CUBa Of " ! I :
Cottinett, Jaundice Duspeptia,' Indigtstion,
Pytetiten, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, lltadadie,
I'Utt, luitttmatum, EntpUon and Skm Vitetttest
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tttter, Tumor and
Salt JRhtiim, ' Worm. Gout, Ntumlnia, as a
Dinner Pitt, and for Pririfnim th Blood.
They are aogar-ooated, so that the most aensi
tire -can take, them pleasantly, and they are th.
bast aperient in th. world for all the purpose of a
family physic. .. ,
Prioe 25 cents per Box; Five boxes for $1.00.
! rlrnit fiiianKar ftf PlfTVmn fliv.ti.lnna Stntna.
, v.,..m...w-.-w. w. 5 ; -, .. ,
men. and eminent personage, have lent their
Eies to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
edies, but our apace here will not permit the
rtion of them- The Agents below named fur
aish gratis our Ambrioan Almanac in which they
are given ; with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
1 De not b. put off by unprincipled dealers with
ether preparations they make mor profit on.
Demand Ay eb s. and take no other. The sick
Want th best aid there is for them, and they should
kave.it.. . .it,. . - ' . .-,,
A'l Our romsdies-are for sale by . . . t . . .
' ' '. aOBXBTS A SAJMUIl, Colombo, . ,
iad bw'DragfJats aad Sealers everywhere.
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I Trains Leave Columbus as follows :
i' ; M0ENIN8 IZFBB8S , ,
Leave Colnaba 3.30 A. M. front Union Depot,
Ballalra or gteobenville 1 arrivea at Bellair, 1U.20 A
M .1 Btaahanvllla. 19.M P. M. : Pittabnnth. 3.40 P. Bf
Rarrlabaig, 1.10 A. St.! via Allmtovm, arrtrea at Naw
xora o.w A.a.s ea mtuuKtpmu, mmiwm
5.10 A.M.; New York, 10.30 A. A1. Connect
alio at Barrabnrg for Baltimore, arriving at 7.45 A. M.
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flleeplng Can attached to this Train
Troln Oolaaboa, ran dlnetly through to Bellair
Fltlabargh without change ; and faaaengers via Alien
town arrlr la New York at 8 A. at.,
O-tWO.HOUBS I!T ADTAROK OJ NORTHERN
Lioao.
Tai Train also connects at Bellaire with the
' Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
, PITTSBURGH IXPRE88. '
Leave Columbus 11 SS A. from Union Depot,
Steubenvlll: aniva at Newark. U.30 P. U.t Goahoc-
toa,8.U P. Bf. Strakwnvtll, S P. M.; PltUburg, 8.40
P. M. imhia Is th. oalr ivat by which Pasaengara
n leav ClnclnnaU at 7 A. at., go through to Pitt-
burga in aayugnt, witnoui anaag or oars or aeiay.
.... . MAon ions. ...
leaves Columbus 8. J5 P. 11 from Union Depot,
enair: arrive at newarc. a.xa r. at.: xanasviue.
4 SS P. aa., eltalra.7 .SS P, St.: Pltretranrti, ll.ss
L; Harrlabarg, 8.00 A. 11. tHa AUtntovn, arrive.
at Maw xork,4 r. at.: eta fMlaattoMa, arrive
Philadelphia, 1.10 P. U. New York, 6 P. M,
Train ale. oonnect at Harrlabarg for Baltimore,
rlvingatl P. U. .... j - , r .
Thl Train ran threaRh U Bellair or Plttabargwitlv
nt chann of Cars; and from Pittsburg then I
ahaage of Oar to Philadelphia, or via AUentown
aew aora laaaoneimg
The only Route from Columbus to Baltimore,
. Philadelphia, or New York:, with only
'. ,.". one change of Cars.
Bv taia .Train Paanniar ante ia Naw York
lonra In advance of the Northern line.
- Core Tratii ale evueeta at Bellair with the Baltimore
and Ohio B. .- ' - '
tT;Thls Koate ia 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
. anaimore tnan iuu miles snorter to
' New York, than Northern Lines, ;
Bagg-ag Checked Through to all im
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Congressional Representation.
The followina; communication of the Secre
tary of the Interior annonnces the apportionment
of Representatives among the several States,
ander the signtn cent us: -
"DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR.
WASHINGTON, July 5, 1861.
" To th Bptalur f th Houu of Rtprutntitioet :
I. Caleb u. Bmitn, secretary of tne interior,
do hereby certify that, In discharge of the doty
devolved on me by tne provisions or an act oi
Congress, approved May 23d, 1S50, entitled 'An
act Drovluine for tne taking; or tne seventn ana
subsequent censuses of the UU'ed States, and to
fix the nnmber of tne members or tne uonss oi
Representatives, and to provide for the future
apportionment among the several States,' I
bave apportioned the Representatives lor tne
Thirty-eighth Congress among the several
States as provided for by said aot in the manner
directed by tbe twenty-fifth seotion thereof.
And I do hereby further certify that the follow
ing is a correct statement of the somber of
Representatives apportioned to esch State un
der the last, or eighth, ennmeration of tbe popu
lation of the United mates, taken In aecoraance
with the act approved 23d of May, 1850, above
reierrea to:
' To the State of
Alabama
Arkansas.
,. 0 Minnesota..
. aafialMlppl
3 Ulaoarl
t.NewHampihiie.....
. 1 New Jerjey...
,. 1 New York
71 Berth Carolina......
.13 Ohio
..lliOraaon.
California
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3
.. 5
,.31
,. 7
18
Connecticut
Delaware.
Florida...
Ceorgta
Illinois :
Indiana
Iowa
Hanaaa.
Beatucky.. ..........
Loulilana.. ..........
Mala
Maryland
ktaasachueetts
Michigan
1
.Pennsylvania ...S3
., l Rhode laland I
.. S South Carolina
.. ITanaeaMt.M
.. S Tezu.
.. 5 Vermont
..10 V'ralnla 11
,. 6 Wisconsin 6
' The aggregate being two hundred and thirty
three (233) Representatives,
; In testimony whereof, I bave hereunto sob'
scribed my name and caused tbe seal of the De
nartment of the Interior to be affixed, this fifth
day of July, Id the year of our Lord one thou
sand eight hundred and sixty-one, and of the
independence of the United States of America
CALEB B. SMITH.
[From the Hartford Times.
Gov. Seymour's Peace Offering.
via
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-dalphia,
via
i CoNNicTictrr Lioislatoss, July 3. War res
olutions, Introduced into the House, ss passed
by the Senate, being the subject of discussion,
Gov. Seymour offered a substitute, and spoke
against the war resolutions as follows. (We
give his words just ss they were taken down in
our report, made as tney were spoken; t
Uov. seymour rose, and spoke sgainst the war
resolutions. He said: I thank the gentleman
from Stratford for his remsrks last night. lie
was right in his position. His speech was a
patriotio one. Sir, I am on this floor as the ad
vocate of peace measures t I will not- sanction
this war, except so far aa it can be waged on
constitutional grounds, r This question now
wears a totally different aspect from that which
it presented when the President issued his oall
for volunteers. Then it was for- the "protec
tion of the Capital, and the repossession of
forts." I am heartily glad that the Capital is
protected. I would protect the Federal Capi
tal and the archives. But nothing has been
done to recapture the forts. But a movement
of Invasion has been commenced an in
vasion of a sovereign State. 1 think the
gentleman from Stratford was right In
saying there is a movement growing sen
timent among the people. In favor of a peace
ful settlement of an honora'e peace! I
go with him. and with all who ars In favor ot
Fcaob Mbasuris instead of Was Mcaarais!
There seems to be a radical mistake on the
part of many people tbey seem to think th
South can be conquered. Sir, this is impossible
It can no more be done than the South ean
oonaner tbe North! There are brave men
thert as well as Aire. In Revolutionary days
we knew something of them. , In the war of
1812 they rallied around our flag and protected
our oommeroe. wow it is not well to under
rate the prowess of our enemies as you call
(beat though I recognize, even In this state of
things, some mere wnom A knew, ana wno are
still our brothers in heart. This mistake cost
Braddock a calling defeat in the old French
War; it cost the British many a humiliating de
feat in the war of the Revolution. Do you
think'you can secure their loyalty by force!
Two or three sovereign states nave been over
run and trampled under foot already. , You
have cot a kind of foothold, which yoa oall
"peace:" but it ia aot peace it Is tmthtred
Kir! Maryland is in volcanio condition to-day
and the same spirit will rise at all times, in
spite of all the chains you can put upon it and
of all toe ruin mat is wrougnt. i ou may de
stroy their habltations.devastats tbeir fields, and
shed the blood of thair people; still, you cannot
congees them. "Even In their ashes live tbeir
wootea nres."
I ahall vote against thess resolutions.. I hone
Coogress will adopt some peace measures which
shall hold the border States, and draw back
those that have sons out so that. In some fu
tare day, we may have the South agafa under
the banner or toe union. , r
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
MAY SESSION, A. D. 1861.
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to
Ave
Wheseab, One-third oi the sovereign States
heretofore composing the United States, bave
withdrawn from the Union, and the effort
compel their return, and to enforce, within their
limits, the laws ot tne United states, have as
sumsd the pro port! oca of a elvil war of vast
magnitude, threatening tne people of. tbe coun
try aot only with the burdens of anormoos tax
es and publio debt, but the destruction ef thous'
and of men In deadly oombat: therefore. '
Rmolvtd, That while we are In favor ot main
taining the Constitution of the United State
the true spirit ot its rounders, and of npbolding
the Government organised In oonsonanoe there
with, we believe it to be tne auty or uongress.
now to assemble, to adopt the resolutions known
as the "Crittenden Compromise," or some otb
er plan of adjustment of similar deelgn, for
fair and honorable termination of the present
troubles- And in any event, we solomnly pro
test asralntt any interference, bv an warlike
movement, with ne institution or slavery where
it is reoogalaed by the Constitutionof the United
States for the purpose or disrarafrina;
equality ot tbe several states as United by
federal Constitution. .. ):.'. ,-..';
[From the Boston Post, July 11.]
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, It would, do a great deal toward inspiring
oonudenoe in mi Adotioistratoo, it flic, vame
ron oould bs slipped out of the Cabinet. His
notorious desire to fill his own aocketr creates
much distrust aad dissatisfaction sending
troops out of the regular and shortest oourse
tiansportation, to benefit railroads In whloh
Is interested, is an abuse of power tbe people
of the oonntry ate not disposed to tolerate with?
ont rajaonstranee, Again, his aMsfapt to loroe
a Sutler on for trees Monroe, was a flagrant
sumption; one which, if Congress be honest,
will thoroughly Investigate. Almost from the mo
ment the war commenced tbe country hag been
complaining of hie bad management- ."It
idle." says the New ' York runes, an ardent
Republican sheet, "to attempt a auppresaion
tbe taot that tbe publio universally regard
administration of the War Department ae see-
rounded with corrupt influences. Contracts
have notoriously been made In disregard f
the usual dictates ed prudence and economy
Transports have bean hired, at. monthly rates
double the entire, value of the vnselsr arms
and munitions have been bougbt at prioea whloh
onlv oease to seem excessive when we learn
that one-fourth the cost passed Into- the Pocket
of tbe purchasing agent; the most worthless
trasn nas seen reeeireo. irom urorites
paid for as if fully up to oontraot requirements;
and In every trataot!(m ' connected With
ITMllk tvertu of tM.OarerMtat
'f K-.?:.t"H r-if Ji yi !) in',
has been the taint of peculation and dlsbones
ty. For these phenomena, tbe Chief of the
War Department Is popularly regarded as re
sponsible, and at all events, upon mm will reBt
the responsibility of disproving them." The
oonntry is asked for indefinite millions, to be
diebnrsed mainly through tbe War Department.
The Time thinks, and we think, says tbe Prov
idence Pest, that before granting a dollar, Con
gress snouia institute sacn investigations ss will
leave no doubt a poo the popular mind as to Its
honest expenditure. Tbe extraordinary powers
confided to tbe Executive must not be abused.
1 be suepioion that the national enthusiasm Is
employed by bad and reckless men for self ag
grandizement must bs removed. Until certain
ty is attained upon these nointe. It I aafa to aa
no loan will be received with any sort of favor
in tbe money market; and no reliance can bs
placed upon a continuance of that great popular
impulse, tbe cessation ot which must be tbedls
solution of the Government .
Tflg Hasvgsr in Calisornia Asbest or the
Actios Governor or Lowsa Calivorwa. Ad
vices from Ban Francisco to tbe 24th ult., state
that a destructive fire had occurred in the town
of Cottonwood, eonsuming tbe entire business
portion or tne town. L,oss about tiuu.uuu
ins grain nsrvest nas commenced in all
parts of the State. Tbe crop was never finer.
There is probably an eighth more land under
cultivation this year than ever before, and the
proportion or wheat over other erops is also
greater.
Jose Matteo Moreno, the present acting Gov
ernor of Lower California, was arrested at San
Diego on the 19th of June, by a Deputy (J. S
Marshal, on a charge of violating the neutrality
lews of the United States during the late diffi
culties in California between Don Felloiano
Eaparza and Don Juan Mendoz.
McNeese and Giddings's party had been dis
covered murdered, and the bodies horribly
mangled. Mr. Giddings was a brother of tbe
mail contractor.
. i Company B, 1st dragoons, from Fort Tejon,
with the band ef the regiment, under command
of Capt. Davidson, had arrived in Los Aogelos.
They moved into csmp at once, making throe
companies encamped there.
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PRICIS BKDTJCID
from the NewYork Observer-1
At all parties mannfacturlne Sewlne Machine are ob
liged lo pay Mr. Howe a llcenee on each machine sold,
and ar a'so soarpMled to auks returns to hun, ander
oath, as to the number sold, bis hooka aiv acorrectatate-
ment. Prom thl reliable aouroe we have obtained the
following atatiittce. Of th machines made la the year
isou, mere were aoia,
By Wheeler A WHeon. !...!... .81,305
" I. M. Singer at Co 10.VU
" Grover 4t Baker 10,2eO
Showing th sties of Wheeler A Wilson to be doulJt
IhoM or any other company."
: Awarded th highest premium at the
United State Pair of 1858, 18SU and I860;
alio at the
Ohio 8Ut fair ot 1859 and 1MB;
and at nearly all th County fair in th State,
Our price, at lb lata reduction, ar at Ion a any
toot Ktct machine now aoid, and but a tiioe nigner man
th Interior two thread chain tttch machintt, now
forced upon the market.
The WHBELBB A WILSON MACHINB makes the
Lock Btioh the only 0 ne whloh cannot be raveled. It
la Aula on Both Bionof tbe goods, leaving no rUgt or
thalnonth under. tide.
All machine warranted 3 ytari, and inttruction
given in tneir use, rre or enaiv.
H. C BART, 81 High St., Oolumboa, 0.
WM.SUMNBRfcCO.,
dec3-3awd3mkw6m Pike's Opera House, Cincinnati.
HUNNEWELL'S .
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COUGH REMEDY
Por all Throat snd Lnnc Complslnt. Includne. with
moat perfect reenlta, WHooruw Ooo.a, Chronic, and
Common Coo.Ha, Bronchial and Throat Complaint.
always forerunner of Gonaa motion. A a SooTHtM
Svaor it ha no superior, freed from all Opiate er
Noetic properties, may B need by most delicate oonsn:
tuuons, ana wita penaot onooeno. . ...).,-
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Thb Oreatest Natoral Otuts ever offered to the
world, containing not a particle of Opium, aor any sub
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A sure aeaeoy roe nscaaLetA, naBoaaTiasi, uorrr,
Tooth abb Bab Aon, Catarrh, Boa on Uai Pevss,
and all minor Nervous Complaint.
Poa Lo o Slow, and Headache aa ail n varkttie,
Ithu no equal, ana to wnicn most andoabtea tatmont
ale are offered. ......... ,
loa Dbliridm tbbsismb Kill moat perfect remedy.
Poa Bowel Complauts, after removing tbe pain It act
i a nnysto. a most important aoniraat wita th eon
tarv effect of Onfum.
To Physicians, Pormulas and Trial Bottles wlll 'be ant.
and to Dealer or Invalid a descriptive pamphlet without
"posiage-suunp.
prepared under tn speenti strpemaion or
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To whom please direct all eommonleations. . ,
Price Large Cough Remedy, SO cents per bottle.
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Porttla by U nsual wholenle and retail dealers.
verywhere. .r--, ,,,, , j.. - ,:i
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0. DEN 10 a SONS, A. J. 80HUELLEB it SON,
mayl7-wly . Agents for Columbus, Ohio
THE REVISED STATUTES
' OP THB
-in.
STATE! OTP
it A GENERAL NATURB, IN FORCE AUO. 1, 1P60.
: COr.riA.TKD BY - , li
Hon. Joseph R.; Swan,
witb jtotes or tub Btoisiom or tbbszp-
PRS30S OOUBT, (
(Contained In twenty-nine volume of the Ohio and Ohio
- "' ' Btat Beporhs.) ' "'
- AND BEPBBENOBB CO FKIOB LAWS, ' :
Ht LEANDER J.CRITCTnirEXI,B8l.
AND A FULL AND CONVENntNT lNDliX:'
In Two Royal 8vo. Volumes. : Pries $10 80.
No car oe expenMha bean MPad to mak th-werk
pcrfeot and reliable in all rewpact. .. , . -, , ,7 r.
It has noar Ihe LegislaUve sanation, having been . ap
proved by nearly the unanimous vote of both Home,,
and was ordered to be distributed to th following But
ana voanty omeera: , ., -i.,.--.,.- .1: . t JiilM-i.,
Governor, Attoraey General, -Supreme Judge. Secre
tary, Comptroller, Treasurer and Auditor of State, and
totb Probst Court, Court at Coram on Plea, Baper-
lur Mia rvim vuuri Auuiiure, uiu uivvicr.v utr
varloa Ooart in each county, to the Members of
SeoaM -and Hauae of MepreeentaUve f thl Stat., and
the Governor of tne aereral Btatea or tn union.
.Xhi book, eootalntafr, ae It do, all of th Stabutaa
now In force, end th authoritative construction ot them
and Of the New Constitution, will be found to be especial
ly aaaful la the performance of their duties, to an .!,
qOCNTT 0FPI0ER8, ,., j..
JU8TI0B8 OF THBPKA01, ' " - -r' 0
. S .a ,:a TOWNBHIPTRUBTBEM . .! 1 ntn:
, . , . CLERKS OF TOWNSHIPS, and T.
!:" CITY. OFFICERS- - - ,-.'Oi l
'Ibasnrneh at very many ehansa have been roaflt Id'uSe
Statu ue ainoe tb pubUcaUoa of the aat edHlron, -by
alteration and addition, aad many Important
bav beea Iflveo by th. Buprem Court ea
,tit ' BANKERS, MBHOHANTS .''..'. lo "r.
I AND BUSINESS MEN GENERALLY,.
Will Snd this an.tavatnabl Work. -l"L.. "" '
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' ' ROBERT CIaARKE, 6c OO..
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The Public Works of Ohio.
Orrica or Trra Liaena of thb Public Works, I
. ColOMius, June 13, 1861. 1
TH" .n?,?,"ned. h"lng become th Leueea of the
Publle Work of Ohio, under ih r u. a m;i
and having entered Into th poeeeieton of ettd Work
Hvuc mat ia oparaiing ander said I-
and discharging their duUea under the ante, the bual-'
nea will be tranaaoted with the publio through aienl
appointed by tb Leaeeee, under sueh rules, regulation,
reatriotlons and limitations, a ahall be prescribed for
their government.
Thoa Agents for the present, will conalat of one Gen
eral Agent, a Treasurer and Secretary, for the Central
Office of the Leasee at Columbaa; and th nccnaary
numnw oi aupenntendent f oepaira and Oolleoiora of
Toll on th several Work embraced In th leaa.
Th General Agent ahall be the principal executive
officer of the Leasees, asd shall hav chary of th gen
eral basin office atColumba. He shall have auper
viaion over th. bueinea of th Lessees with the
and as such agent shall execute all contracts, except
uiun mr lawr ua maierima conceciea wicq me ordina
ry repair of th several Works, and he shall audit and
settle all aconunts.
Th. duties of th Treasurer and Seoretary ahall be
such as are niually discharged by almllar officers in other
oases.' -
Tb SuperlnteadMt of Repairs eball, an their re
speeUve dlflalons, hav power to employ and discharge
all aukordinate and laborer, and to purchase all toole
and materials necesary In the ordinary repair of such
division, and the ama ahall be nnder their special dl
rectlon and management.
Tb Collector of Tolls, Water Bents and Pines, ars
Invested with all the authority and power, provided In
the laws of the State and the regulations ot th Board
of Publio Work, made for that purpoae. when such Col
lectors acted under appointment and authority from the
Stat.
No individual member of th Lesiees shall have Ihe
right to tranaaet bualnea in the name of the Leasees,
with any paraon or psnona, la any other manner than
through the appointed agent, unlea apeclally authorli
td by th Lciae ao to do; nor ahall any one ef the ap
pointed agent nav authority to transact any buelneae
In the nam of th Leneea, except In the particular
branch ef tbe bualnea con tided to him, and subject lo
the restrictions and limitation of his sgency.
No authority to borrow money on the credit of the
Lessees, shall aver exist in sny Ltaaee, agent or other
employee of Ihe Leneea, unlea the ama aball be con
ferred by a unanimous vol of th Lessee, at a regular
meeting, and the amount so authorised to be borrowed
specified In the order end entered on the Journal.
uso. w. aamrrsiuiv is tne ueneial Agent or me
Leeaees, Binjamin B. Smith, Treaiurer, and John
Jovcb, Secretary.
The Superintendents of Repairs sre :
On the M. t B. Canal and W. RAH. Road Josswi
Coorn, Tboma Brow, Wm . J. Jacxsob and Assaa L .
Bacecs.
On the Ohio, Walhondlng and Hocking Canals snd th
Muskingum Improvement Bobbbt H, Nrjaxn, Thomas
Millsr, Dehni McCarthy, Sylvester Msdbiry and
EdwaRO Ball.
The Collectors on the Canals. Muaklnrum Improve
ment and Maume. Road, aro th eame that were ia tbe
ervice of the Bial at th time of the execution of the
Leaae; but all the aforesaid agent hold their appoint
ment at tbe pleaaure and option of the Leeaees.
KB.Vt JBKV1B,
JOSEPH COOPER.
' .' WM. J. JAOKSON,
1 ARNOLD MEDBKRV,
THOMAS MOORE.
THOMAS BROWN,
Leaaeea of the Publle Works.
,jll-d3taw3w
NEW ARRIVALS
OF
Spring & ' Summer Millinery.
Th Stoclc Replenlshetl
DAILY
FItO.lI LATEST UTIPOHTATIUKS OI
NEW YORK.
MY STOCK OP
Spring & Summer Millinery
Is now complete, comprising every variety of Millin
ery; also, a large assortment of Embroideries, Hosiery
and Notions, to., and In quantities and prices that ean
aot fait to suit all who may favor us with a call. The
goods have been bought at Panic prices, and will be sold
at a small advance on cost.
MILLINERY
Mies M. E, YOUNG, late of New York City,
will superintend the Millinery Department, Her long
txperienc? In the most Fashionable Establishment ia
Broadway will alone bs a warranty that the will be able
(o give entire satisfaction In matters of laate to all who
Buy favor her with their orders,
j The Ladies of Columbus and vicinity will p leaae ac
ept my alncar thanks for their liberal patronsge, and
I would respectfully solicit a cODUoaancaof tbe same.
R. H. WARE,
68 East Town St., Colnmbua, .
i prll-d3m-eod
j STONE'SBAZAAR.
)STo..4 Gwvnne , Block.
A. P. ST0NF& O'flARRA
ABE HOW RECEIVING THEIH WIN
TER GOODS, and invite the publio to uapect
them. No such stock of Ooods baa ever been brought to
thl market. The South, In conaequence of the failure
of the grain crop, has not been sble to purchase the us
ual Quantity of rich soods. and this fact has forced the
Importers to all them at publis auotlon. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being In New York at these large ales, took
advantage ef them, and wa can and will nil our good
here, at lea than any one who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them In New York. Our stock Is complete In
every department 01
rJLfcUAJNT SILKS,
i OTTOMAN VELOURS,
:' BROCHE VALENCIAS,
, . . . PRINTED MERINOS,
PRINTED COBURGS, .
' J -- DYED COBUGSj
BLACK ALPACAS,
. . ORLEANS,
i FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
i 3 ' ' POPLINS, PRINTS,
,s--- DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
' Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
LADIES FURS,
; . HOSIERY. DEPARTMENT.
Men'a, Ladle and Children' Under Shlrta and Drawers:
Ladle, ktlsaea snd Children' Hoaleryuf all kind, in .
Wool and Lamb' Wool; Fleecy Lined and OoltonOlovee
of every make.
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ALSO
!A complete assortment of all the usual varie
ties of : '-" ' '
1ADIE3 CLOTHS, : ' 1 "'
. t..-.: CASSIMERE3, i '- -
:,,;, - ',. . OVERCOATINGS, , .
: ".. ,' V , TWEEDS,
flannels; - '
. - RIBBONS, v ' ;-1
j; 1 rr ,.:-.- 1 . DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladiis and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand-
4 - kerchiefs, &e., &d, ' :-'
To persona who call on ua, ws pledge our words to
ao them th largeet, bat and ebeapat stoek ef ttod
ever seen In this anarkel, or pay them oaa , dollar jier.
hour while looking. -
decl-dljutawllw. BTuna a ti n.
Baltimore Clothing Eonse. '
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3SCE)3o"iVcj' ,'lDX.TOate
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ANaPAOTCRERS AirB f0tBSAL EALER M
READY-MADE CLOTHlHG,
No. 808 .W. Riltmiorstreet, '
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- . . . 7. b ,, BALTIUIOKE, Jfld.
1 targa Assortment of Tisee and Tumishlng;
Ooods Constaatly on EandJ ' -
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